Thursday, May 19, 2022

Fuel prices to rise again – IES

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Fuel may see a significant increase in price from rising international prices and domestic shortages in the second pricing window of May, according to...

Gov’t to give maiden account of E-levy’s progress in mid-year budget

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A Deputy Minister of Finance, Abena Osei Asare, has said government will give its first account of proceeds accrued in the Electronic Transaction Levy...

AfDB Group to meet in Accra to stimulate continent’s recovery

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The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) is set to host its 57th Annual General Meetings in Accra to deliberate on a continental-wide approach to...

Buyers abandon payment with mobile money

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Traders at some major market centres in Accra have disclosed that buyers have abandoned the use of mobile money as a payment option and...

Transport fares take toll on inflation as it hits 23.6% in April

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The pass-through effect of the 15 percent increase in transport fares has taken a heavy toll on the general prices of goods and services,...

We now support E-levy – Mobile Money Agents Assoc.

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Members of the Mobile Money Agents Association of Ghana (MMAG) have thrown their weight behind the electronic transaction levy popularly known as the E-levy. In...

Investor reluctance wipes GH¢2bn off Treasury’s target in April

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Interest rates, which are lower than the current inflation rate, have dampened investor appetite for buying government bills, as the Treasury’s auctions last month...

GH¢3bn lost yearly to 50% import discount policy – GRA

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The economy loses an estimated GH¢3billion yearly to the 50 percent import discount on general goods and 30 percent on vehicles policy, Commissioner of...

Fitch revises fiscal deficit forecast downward to 9.1%

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Fitch Ratings has revised the country’s fiscal cash deficit forecasts to 9.1 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2022, from 9.5 percent since...

GPRTU to increase fares by 30% on Friday, May 13

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Commuters should expect an increase in transport fares by 30 percent come Friday, May 13. This is according to the Ghana Private Road Transport...